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Published: Thursday, 7/11/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago

WESTERN MICHIGAN

Police seek minivan driver who backed into stroller

Police in Michigan seek to ID driver who backed into stroller with child inside, drives off

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This image from video provided by the Muskegon, Mich., Police Department shows a Michigan mother getting her child out of a stroller after being hit by a minivan. Police say the driver backed into the Muskegon woman who was pushing a stroller with her child and dragged the stroller a short distance before fleeing. The mother had a scraped knee, her 1-year-old son wasn't injured and police are searching for the driver. (AP Photo/Muskegon  Police Department) This image from video provided by the Muskegon, Mich., Police Department shows a Michigan mother getting her child out of a stroller after being hit by a minivan. Police say the driver backed into the Muskegon woman who was pushing a stroller with her child and dragged the stroller a short distance before fleeing. The mother had a scraped knee, her 1-year-old son wasn't injured and police are searching for the driver. (AP Photo/Muskegon Police Department)
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MUSKEGON, Mich. — Police in western Michigan are trying to identify a driver who backed into a woman pushing a stroller with her child inside and dragged the stroller a short distance before fleeing.

Police released video of the stroller being hit and dragged by a minivan in the parking lot of a Muskegon store. They released images of the driver in the store.

The mother had a scraped knee and her 1-year-old son wasn’t injured.

Police say the 18-year-old Muskegon woman was pushing the stroller outside Sam’s Drink All on June 25 when the van backed into her. The video shows the van’s driver stopping only briefly while the mother pulls the boy from the stroller.



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